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Subject Openly: LGBT+ Afghans, Spain IVF, Olympic trans guidelines
Date November 25, 2021 1:00 PM
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LGBT+ Afghans fear being forgotten 100 days since Taliban takeover [[link removed]]

LGBT+ Afghans say threats, harassment and violence are on the increase 100 days since the Taliban seized power

News Lesbian and trans Spaniards celebrate IVF equality [[link removed]]

‘Unique’ legal change grants lesbians and transgender Spaniards equal rights to state-funded in-vitro fertilisation (IVF).

ANALYSIS - IOC's new transgender and intersex guidelines divide sport [[link removed]]

LGBT+ and human rights advocates welcomed dropping advice on testosterone levels, but some scientists said the Olympic guidance was 'unreasonable'.

In Hong Kong, a gay dating show aims to break down LGBT+ barriers [[link removed]]

'Boyscation' producer Vinci Wong says reality television series will show the complexities of being gay in Chinese society

LGBT+ businesses help spearhead Britain's economic recovery [[link removed]]

LGBT+ businesses in Britain are revitalising local economies and offering a path to post-COVID economic recovery

'Killer business case' for diversity in newsrooms [[link removed]]

Diversity is necessary for media companies’ business, from building credibility to finding stories, top editors say

Chile's lower house approves same-sex marriage, bill sent back to Senate [[link removed]]

Chile, a country with a long conservative reputation will send a bill back to its upper house which could approve same-sex marriage

Swiss to allow same-sex weddings from July 2022 [[link removed]]

Lawmakers approved Swiss "Marriage for All" initiative by a nearly two-thirds majority, making Switzerland one of the last countries in Western Europe to legalise gay marriage

Opinion OPINION: There’s still time for the United States to do the right thing in Afghanistan for LGBT+ people [[link removed]]

Kimahli Powell

America’s longest war may yet spawn an even longer humanitarian crisis.

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